According to the study, which was conducted earlier this year among 1,100 US investors aged between 25 and 64 who owned at least $10,000 in investable assets, GoogleAnalytics data suggesting that 90% of participants in the crypto market are men may not be accurate. According to the report:
"Bitcoin conversations tend to focus on a predominantly male audience, however, data suggests women also have a healthy interest in Bitcoin."
According to data gathered during the study, 56.2% of women and 56.4% of men believe cryptos will grow, while almost 50% of women believe this growth will be boosted by the fact that BTC’s supply is finite.
Regarding whether or not it is time to buy, men and women have a slightly different opinion. On the one hand, 47% of women believe BTC price will rise, so the time to buy has come, while this belief is only shared by 39% of men.
The report also suggests women usually see investments as a way of protecting themselves and their families and not as a way of just making money.
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